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Digital Cultural Heritage e- Infrastructures DC-NET: Digital Cultural H eritage Network INDICATE: International Network for a Digital Cultural Heritage e- Infrastructure. TELDAP 2011 Taipei, 17 March 2011. Roberto Barbera ( [email protected] )

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roberto barbera roberto barbera@ct infn it on behalf of antonella fresa iccu italy

Digital Cultural Heritage e-InfrastructuresDC-NET: Digital Cultural Heritage Network INDICATE: International Network for a Digital Cultural Heritage e-Infrastructure

TELDAP 2011

Taipei, 17 March 2011

Roberto Barbera ([email protected])

on behalf ofAntonella Fresa (ICCU – Italy)

the digital cultural heritage ecosystem
The Digital Cultural Heritage ecosystem

EUROPEANA

«Linked» Heritage

DIGITAL CULTURAL HERITAGE

e-INFRASTRUCTURES

DATA MODEL, ORGANISATION,

GOVERNANCE

RECOMMENDATIONS & GUIDELINES

NATIONAL & REGIONAL INITIATIVES

2002 2005 2009 2011 2014

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preparatory initiatives
«Preparatory» initiatives
  • MINERVA: Platform of guidelines and recommendations for the digitisation

of cultural heritage;

  • MICHAEL: Multiligual service to provide

access to the Europeandigital cultural

collections;

  • ATHENA and LINKED HERITAGE: two Best practice networks in the area of Europeana

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europeana www europeana eu
Europeana(www.europeana.eu)
  • Europeana enables people to explore the digital resources of Europe\'s museums, libraries, archives and audio-visual collections.
  • It promotes discovery and networking opportunities in a multilingual space where users can engage, share in and be inspired by the rich diversity of Europe\'s cultural and scientific heritage.
  • Ideas and inspiration can be found within the more than 15 million items on Europeana. These objects include:
    • Images - paintings, drawings, maps, photos and pictures of museum objects
    • Texts - books, newspapers, letters, diaries and archival papers
    • Sounds - music and spoken word from cylinders, tapes, discs and radio broadcasts
    • Videos - films, newsreels and TV broadcasts

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where are we
Where are we ?

The last 10 years have been devoted to:

  • initiate the mass digitization in Europe
  • develop a common platform of standards and recommendation for digitization
  • create portals and websites

The current challenges:

  • To reduce cost of digitization and to increase volume of data to a real “critical mass”
  • To create advanced services for access, use, re-use and preservation of digital content
  • To integrate different sources of data into a common infrastructure for the research and the “citizens researchers”

e-Infrastructures can play a keyrole !

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the s trategy
The Strategy

Three maindirections:

  • To bring people together and to establish a dialoguebetween the Digital Cultural Heritage and the ICT communities (workinggroups, internationalconferences &publications)
  • To explore how e-Infrastructures can add value to the research in the digital cultural heritage and to anticipate a range of services (focused seminars and workshops, on use cases)
  • To develop and to endorse a Joint Plan of Activities (commitment from the stakeholders)

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the actions
Kick-off meeting

9-10 September 2010

The Actions
  • Identify the researchprioritiesand develop a join plan of activities (DC-NET focus)
  • Stimulate the international cooperation of networks of e-Infrastructures providers and users (INDICATE focus, Mediterranean Area asmain target)

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dc net at a glance www dc net eu
DC-NET at a glance(www.dc-net.eu)
    • DC-NET is an ERA-NET aiming to the coordination of programmes
  • Research field: e-infrastructure for the digital cultural heritage
  • Duration: 24 months
  • Starting 1st December 2009
  • Main objective:
    • To generate a powerful and comprehensive plan of joint activities for the implementation of a new data and service e-Infrastructure for the research in the fi eld of the Digital Cultural Heritage

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dc net partners ministries from 7 eu countries
DC-NET Partners(Ministries from 7 EU countries)
  • Italy: Ministero per i beni e le attività culturali - Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico (coordinator)
  • (*) Belgium: Politiquescientifiquefédéral/FederaalWetenschapsbeleid - STIS
  • Estonia: EestiVabariigiKultuuriministeerium
  • France: Ministère de la Culture e la Communication – Mission de la Recherce
  • Greece: ΥπουργείοΠολιτισμού [Hellenic Ministry of Culture]
  • Hungary: OktatásiKulturálisMinisztérium
  • Slovenia: Ministrstvo za Kulturo Slovenia
  • (*) Sweden:Riksarchivet

(*) in Belgium & Sweden partners were delegated from their respective national/regional Ministries

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dc net activities and actors
DC-NET activities and «actors»

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indicate at a glance www indicate project eu
INDICATE at a glance(www.indicate-project.eu)
    • INDICATE is a Coordination Action funded by the EU FP7 targeted to the Mediterranean region
  • Research field: e-infrastructure for the digital cultural heritage
  • Duration: 24 months
  • Starting 1st September 2010

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indicate partners
INDICATE Partners
  • Italy: Ministero per i beni e le attività culturali - Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico (coordinator)
  • Italy: Consotium GARR
  • Italy: ConsorzioCOMETA
  • France: Ministère de la Culture e la Communication
  • Greece: National Technical University of Athens
  • Spain: I2CAT Foundation
  • Slovenia: Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage
  • Egypt: CULTNAT
  • Jordan: Department of Antiquities
  • Turkey: Ministry of Culture and Tourism

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indicate objectives
INDICATE objectives
  • To establish a long-term network of common interest, following a tried and tested approach using working groups and high-quality publications;
  • To deliver a range of demonstrators (two pilot appli-cationsand three case studies) that address the main priorities for the research in the Digital Cultural He-ritage (in each case, these are not new R&D but instead the porting of existing work to the e-Infra-structure platform, with subsequent analysis and lesson learning);
  • To establish the dialog between e-Infrastructure and DCH experts that are not used to work together.

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the relationship between indicate and dc net
The relationshipbetween INDICATE and DC-NET

DC-NET is the ERA-NET for the new e-Infrastructure dedicated to the research on the digital cultural heritage;

INDICATE is based on the results of DC-NET:

  • the research priorities that can enable the activation of new advances services;
  • the Joint Activities Plan, agreedamongEuropeanMinistries of Culture, to start the implementation of the new e-Infrastructure.

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dc net and indicate
DC-NET and INDICATE

INDICATE

The twoprojectsrun in parallel for more than 1 year;

Theyhave some partners in common:

  • ICCU and MCC
  • NTUA and AAS thatprovidetechnologicalsupport the DC-NET partnersfromGreece and Slovenia
  • GARR and COMETA thatparticipateto the DC-NET workinggroups

DC-NET

1/12/2009

1/9/2010

30/11/2011

31/8/2012

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dc net and indicate1
Kick-off meeting

9-10 September 2010

DC-NET and INDICATE

DC-NET hasstarted the work on the new area of the digital cultural heritageenabledby the e-Infrastructures.

INDICATE continuesthis work byexploiting the DC-NET results at internationallevel, with a special focus on the Mediterraneanregion, aimingto:

  • involvingnewpartnersin the disseminationof the the DC-NET results
  • developingpilots and case studies, to put intopractice the prioritiesidentifiedby DC-NET

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network of common interest
Kick-off meeting

9-10 September 2010

Network of common interest
  • To establish a network of researchers and experts in e-Infrastructures and cultural heritage;
  • To foster the dialog among different actors and different countries which are not used to work together;
  • To share knowledge of applicable standards;
  • To work on a long-term basis and to continue beyond the project life time.

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target audience
Target audience

A wide range of targets:

  • Cultural heritageorganisations (museums, libraries, archives and Ministries of Culture);
  • International associations of memoryinstitutions (e.g., NEMO, EMF, ICOM, EBLIDA, CENL, etc.);
  • E-Infrastructures providers (NRENs, NGIs, etc.);
  • International bodies for e-infrastructures (DANTE, TERENA, EGI.eu);
  • Ministries and state agencies who are responsible for funding of e-Infrastructures;
  • International policy bodies for large ResearchInfrastructures (e-IRG, ESFRI);
  • Researchorganisations (universities, private and public research centres);
  • Other projects in the digital culture and in the e-Infrastructure area (e.g., DARIAH, CHAIN, EPIKH, etc.).

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dc net public events
Kick-off meeting

9-10 September 2010

DC-NET public events

2 workshops:

    • Tallinn – e-infrastructureconcertation meeting (13-14 January 2011)
    • Paris – New Servicesworkshops (9-10 February 2011)

2 International Conferences, under the aegisof the EU Presidencies:

  • Brussels, 29 October 2010 (proceedingsavailable on the website)
  • Budapest, 23-24 June 2011

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indicate public events
Kick-off meeting

9-10 September 2010

INDICATE public events

4 workshops:

  • Turkey – Digital Preservation (June/July 2011)
  • Jordan – Virtual exhibitions (September/October 2011)
  • Slovenia – Geo-codeddigital cultural content (February/March 2011)
  • France – Strategies and Future plans (June/July 2012)

International Conference: Cairo, April 2012

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bof @ terena conference prague 17 may 2011
Kick-off meeting

9-10 September 2010

BoF @ TERENA Conference(Prague, 17 May 2011)
  • Title:
    • «Building eCulturecommunities in the research networking environment»
  • Organiser:
    • I2CAT Foundation (Spain)
  • Goal:
    • To create a task force on eCulture inside TERENA, starting with the Cultural Heritage community
  • Alreadyconfirmedparticipants:
    • DC-NET and INDICATE;
    • TERENA, Internet2, GARR, IRCAM, etc.;
    • Country stakeholders from France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK, etc.;
    • VISIONAIR (an EU-FP7 project on visualization).

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dc net indicate workshop beijing 26 may 2011
Kick-off meeting

9-10 September 2010

DC-NET/INDICATE Workshop (Beijing, 26 May 2011)
  • Title:
    • «e-Infrastructures and Digital Cultural Heritage»
  • Goal:
    • To present the activities, going on in Europe and China, on the use of e-Infrastructures for the preservation of Cultural Heritage
  • Location:
    • Central Library of the PekingUniversity.
  • Website:
    • http://agenda.ct.infn.it/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=547
    • Registration is already open.

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summary and conclusions
Summary and Conclusions
  • DC-NET and INDICATE represent a combined effort to raise the awareness and foster the use of e-Infrastructures in Digital Cultural Heritage:
  • They will have an impact on:
    • e-Infrastructures: use of the e-Infrastructures by a new community (the DCH) with new important requirements;
    • European, national and international Cultural Heritage Programmes:new advanced services and applications;
    • Cultural Heritage Research: awareness, shared guidelines, common standards;
    • General Public: online museums and cultural exhibitions, libraries and archives more accessible, usable and re-usable digital cultural content for education, cultural tourism, long-life learning, non-professional cultural interests, etc.

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Thankyou for yourattention!

Ifyouwant to know more, pleasecontact:

Antonella Fresa

(DC-NET and INDICATE Technical Coordinator)

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

or visit:

www.dc-net.eu

www.indicate-project.eu

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